I don't know how many people in the arena saw this happen, but I noticed as the John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt segment was getting started, production members made it pretty obvious it was a work before it even happened. They carried the board/plank, that was later set up on the side of the stage to wheel Cena down on the stretcher and through the arena. Another fan told me they saw the stretcher waiting down by the corner of the stage once the segment got started as well. Some fans in the arena did think he was hurt, some thought it was a work, and sadly some didn't care either way, I don't think.
-I've never heard the Resch Center (for a wrestling show at least) as loud as it was when Hulk Hogan came out. Sometimes Green Bay crowds feel loud in person and don't translate well on TV, but Hogan's was nice by the usual standard. I noticed arena workers walking out taking pictures of him in the ring, as well.
-The crowd also loved The Undertaker. People were really waiting for him during that third hour and I felt bad for Roman Reigns vs. Bray Wyatt being put in the segment before him.
-The chants for Randy Savage, the announcers, Y2J, RVD, and Austin Aries (who has ties to the area) really surprised me. That's the first time Green Bay has ever gotten into chants like that, at least to that level where it was loud enough for TV. It just seems to be catching on in every arena they go to.
-Lastly, I was also surprised by the boos Batista received. It felt like no one in the arena was cheering for him at all. Still though, everyone booing was making sure to get pictures of him in the ring, so either way they were into it. When Randy Orton came out and ripped on Batista, fans eventually started chanting "You suck too."
-WWE announced they're coming back for a Smackdown taping on June 10 (the day after Raw in Minneapolis).